Animation Collective Society

Our mission is to foster a vibrant animator community at Evergreen by providing all students with access to animation resources and animation learning opportunities. During typical club meetings, we facilitate group animation exercises, collaborations, and full projects. Animators who wish to use club time to work independently but with the company of other animators are welcome as well! Members may also lead the club through animation activities of their own design. We work with a variety of mediums and materials: from hand drawn, to stop motion, to digital, and beyond!

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Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office Partners with MPA Professor Amy Gould's Project Management Class

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Students from Professor Amy Gould's MPA  project management course spent the quarter working to cultivate self-awareness of personal management style through work with real-world clients. Read about the collaboration on ThurstonTalk.com

 

Science Carnival (Annual Science Carnival)

The Sixteenth Annual Evergreen Science Carnival which will be held on The Evergreen State College campus on Friday, May 31, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m in Lab I, Lab II, and Purce Hall buildings. During this annual event, which is free of charge to attendees, science students at The Evergreen State College will present results of their research and projects from their course work, as well as fun and educational hands-on lab activities.

Linking Evergreen and Hawai’i Through Indigenous Arts

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A delegation from the University of Hawai’i at Hilo and Hawai’i Community College (HawCC) came to The Evergreen State College February 28 to March 3 to continue conversations about modeling an indigenous arts program under consideration, after Evergreen’s Indigenous Arts Campus and Native Programs curriculum.

Medicine is a Social Science: Disease, Health and Health Care

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What is disease? What is health? How are health and disease distributed among the populations? What factors are responsible for our state of health and well being? Why is the life expectancy of Americans declining? What role does a universal health care system play in Americans’ health? How do other social systems such as food system connect to public health? To answer these questions, we need to examine health and medicine in their social, cultural and historical context. 

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Advanced Research in Environmental Studies with C. LeRoy

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Evergreen Alumni & Friends Fellowship

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An award of $1,667 will be awarded to one applicant who has demonstrated a commitment to their chosen field of study at Evergreen.

Receipt of the FAFSA by Evergreen’s February 1, 2019 priority deadline is required for this award: financial need is considered.

In the MIT Financial Aid Awards Application, submit a 100 word essay that addresses this prompt:

  • Describe your commitment to your chosen field of study and reasons for selecting Evergreen for graduate study.

Embodying Shakespeare

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Shakespeare meant for us to speak his works aloud and to feel them in our bodies. In this four-credit course, we will explore vocal range, resonance, and enunciation, and we will apply those skills to analyzing and interpreting Shakespeare’s verse and prose.  Each student memorize and perform a sonnet and work with others on a short scene. Texts will include Rodenburg’s Speaking Shakespeare.

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